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  • Evaluative Mediation
    Evaluative Mediation requires the mediator to evaluate the merits of the Parties’ positions at the expense of the Parties’ opportunity for self-determination and mediator impartiality.
    It may result in an advisory opinion as to the relative legal merits of...read more here.
     
  • Facilitative Mediation
    Facilitative Mediation is non-judgmental.
    The mediator is a facilitator, not an advocate, judge, jury, counselor, or therapist. The mediator assists the Parties to identify issues, reduce obstacles to communication, and maximize the exploration of...read more here.
     

  • Neutral Listener Mediation
    Neutral Listener Mediation is often overlooked as a quick method to resolve disputes because the parties may fear they will be perceived as “weak” or “too eager to settle” if they suggest it.
    That response is like deciding to step off the cliff without waiting until...read more here.
      

  • Shuttle Diplomacy Mediation
    Shuttle Diplomacy Mediation is a hybrid that is experienced more often than it is described in the literature. Others may call it something different.
    In essence, the Parties start from the premise that they have good legal...read more here.

     
  • Mediation Laws
    Mediation can be governed by the subject matter and procedural laws of the location in which the dispute being mediated arose (the place of the conduct, contract, incident, or other issue creating the dispute), the subject matter and procedural laws of the location in which the mediation ...read more here.
     
  • Certified Mediators
    The term “certified” when applied to “mediators” means different things to different people. A mediator may have a certificate of course completion from an accredited mediation training facility. That mediator may properly report being a “certified mediator.”
    A mediator may hold “certification” from any...read more here.
     
  • Advanced Agreements to Mediate
    Any business in any industry can agree to mediate any dispute before a lawsuit is filed. Proposing mediation is not a sign of weakness. It is recognition of reality...read more here.

 

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